Clippers center DeAndre Jordan has now played in a league-high 227 consecutive regular-season games, including Monday’s at Denver.
That puts Jordan No. 4 all-time for the franchise. Randy Smith played in 595 consecutive games, Michael Brooks in 293 and Freeman Williams 249. Danny Manning is fifth at 206.
Jordan and Blake Griffin are the only two Clippers to have played in all 69 games this season.